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Old 01-07-2012, 01:03 PM
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I'm back- posting some work using both traditional and digital processes.

I have been away for a while, actually just finishing up an MFA with a dual focus, one of which is using digital technology in the traditional studio. After graduation I'm embarking on a new book project on the topic, more on that later.

I have been talking about what I call tra-digi art, for a few years, and perhaps you have seen some of my videos. Tra-digi art is using both traditional and digital process to realize artwork into a physical form.

Here is a video I createad a while ago, I'm not sure if I have posted it here before You Tube Video

Here is a project that I just finished, an 11 foot panther for Prairie View A & M University.

I document it on this blog http://prairieviewpanther.blogspot.com/ and here is another video on that project http://blip.tv/creative-endeavors/pa...-texas-5327500

I used tra-digi art in the presentation for this piece

and some information on the process of that

http://creativesculpture.com/blog/20...photoshop.html

http://creativesculpture.com/blog/20...ing-along.html

http://creativesculpture.com/blog/20...sh-part-1.html

I'm starting a new project again using tra-digi art. You can follow it here.
http://www.erjcc.blogspot.com/

It is good to be back on the forum, missed you guys, can't wait to share some of the things I have discovered, and look forward to perhaps using some of your work in the new book.
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